Ian Black offers insight in article written for SRQ Magazine, which was published on March 19, 2016. “I know the term March Madness refers to college basketball, but it seems to be applicable to events presently demanding our attention local, national and global.
I am reluctant to comment on the “race” to The White House but I can’t help myself after listening to a recent Republican debate. At the least it may prove therapeutic to put my limited 10 cents worth in.
This will only be the second time that I will have the privilege of casting my vote for the highest office in the land. The comment has been made that some of the contestants are behaving like middle schoolers. Surely this is disingenuous to the kids. When we are subjected to a contestant boasting about the largesse of his manliness as he pursues the office of President of The United States and his ratings continue to rise then we really do have cause for concern. Hopefully his rhetoric will improve after and if he gets the nomination.”
Read the entire article at: http://www.srqmagazine.com/srq-daily/2016-03-19/3677_March-Madness